QA:Testcase wine apps

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Description

This tests whether the Wine (Windows compatibility layer) is able to properly run basic windows applications in the Fedora 15 environment.

Setup

  1. Make sure that you have Wine installed: yum install wine

How to test

  1. In terminal or after pressing Alt-F2 type command wine notepad
    1. If you are asked to have Wine install a Gecko engine now (or at any point of the testing), confirm.
    2. A Windows-like Notepad application should open. Try typing in some text and saving it.
  2. In terminal or after pressing Alt-F2 type command wine wordpad
    • A Wordpad application should open. Try typing in some text, changing fonts and size of the text.
  3. In terminal or after pressing Alt-F2 type command wine iexplore
    1. An open-source version of MS Internet Explorer, the Wine Internet Explorer should open.
    2. Navigate some to some simple web pages, like google.com, fedoraproject.org/w/ etc.

Expected Results

  1. Notepad and Wordpad both should open and you should be able to use them as expected.
  2. Wine Internet Explorer should have working web engine and you should be able to visit and properly display some of the simpler web pages. Websites with complex graphics or relying on technologies like Flash or Ajax are not expected to render properly.